Opal, an access management company, has raised USD 10 million in a Series A fundraising round led by Greylock. The startup has so far raised USD 11.8 million.
The San Francisco and New York-based firm, which was founded in 2020, assists organizations in managing employee access by granting it more carefully to limit attack surface.
According to the company, a decentralized methodology ensures that queries are completed faster. Employees may also require granular access to resources such as databases, GitHub repositories, Salesforce roles, and the like, according to the company. Through company-wide access evaluations, Opal also assists firms in meeting regulatory regulations and ensuring a limited access footprint.